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At the Core Design Challenge and Webinar
Design challenge participants will develop projects utilizing the Cortex-M0+ low power modes and the Cortex-M4 power. A webinar discussing the core of the PSoC TM 62S4 will take place on November 10, 2022.
30 applicants will be chosen to participate in the challenge and become the sponsored challengers. They will receive the PSoC™ 6S24 + Pioneer Kit for free to incorporate into their project. Sponsored challengers are required to:
*Use ModusToolbox™3.0 development environment as well as demonstrate use of both M0 and M4 cores in their project.
* post their progress and final project as at least 5 blog post before the closing date, and
*posts that show inter-core communication and are media rich with photos, videos and code samples will be viewed more favorably in the judging process.
Applications will close on November 24, 2022, and the challengers will be announced on November 28, 2022. The chosen challenge participants will have 11 weeks to work on and complete their projects and they will be due on February 6, 2023. The winners will be announced in ebruary 2023.
To learn more about element14 and the “At the Core” Design Challenge and webinar, visit: https://community.element14.com/challenges-projects/design-challenges/at-the-core-design-challenge/
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